Changing Power of Union in India: A Study of Actors’ Perception

Manoranjan Dhal

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Abstract — With the growing globalization of market, out sourcing of production, and downsizing of manpower trade unions are losing their power across the globe. This paper tries to explore the perception of actors, i.e. workers, trade union leaders and managers about the changing power structure of union. Attempt was made to study the perception of actors about the function of union, industrial relations climate and its impact on power of union. This study is based on 640 structured interviews conducted in manufacturing industries across different sectors in India.

Keywords: Actors; Trade Union; Union Power


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v1i2.1117

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